In the early 2000s, Nobel Laureate Walter “Wally” Gilbert started pursuing photography on a professional level. Since then, he has had over 50 solo exhibitions around the world. In his iBiology talk titled "From Science to Art," Gilbert talks about how he first got interested in photography, his development as an artist, and how his time as a scientist influenced his artwork.
Walter Gilbert is a Professor Emeritus at Harvard University. Gilbert has made many significant contributions to biology, including being the first to propose the existence of introns and exons and the RNA world hypothesis, and making major breakthroughs in elucidating the mechanism of mRNA transcription and translation. Gilbert developed one of the first methods for… Continue Reading